The Indian scene is heating up, and in one restaurant’s case, literally. Served with a legal disclaimer, head to Guru to ‘enjoy’ Poland’s first phaal, a weapons grade curry that represents the deadliest rung on the Indian ladder. It’s not too different from having a cobra writhing in your guts (and no, we don’t mean the beer).

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